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Pianist Adam Gyorgy in Solo Concert at Carnegie Hall - November 2 at 3 pm


2008-10-15

Hungary has produced many virtuoso pianists, but arguable none since Franz Liszt have exhibited more star potential than Adam Gyorgy. Gyorgy\'s virtuosity and his sensitive interpretations have won him critical acclaim and built him a fan base worldwide.

On Sunday November 2, Gyorgy will perform pieces by Bach, Chopin, Liszt and Mendelssohn, as well as improvisations on well-known melodies, in a solo concert at the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall.

Gyorgy plans his concerts to enhance the audience\'s enjoyment and understanding of the music. He begins with improvisations on popular pieces that draw the audience in, enabling them to relax and focus on the music. he then moves on to classical masterpieces. His goal is to make classical music popular.

The programme on Sunday will present the audience with improvisations, Bach transcriptions, and virtuoso pieces, including Liszt\'s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, famous for the ecstatically playful chaos of the \"Tom and Jerry\' chase theme, with its joyful, tumbling climax.

Gyorgy is the first Hungarian pianist to sign an online contract with a US label. His recordings are now available in 400 online stores. He regularly appears at prestigious concert halls in the United States, Europe and Asia.

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office of Carnegie Hall.

For more information, go to www.adamgyorgy.com.


Date : 2008-10-15
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